Articles related to SPINAL CORD
The Culprit in axSpA: Structural Damage or Disease Activity?
New research indicates that in axSpA patients, disease activity and physical function are more critical to global functioning than structural damage or spinal mobility. A shift in treatment focus may be necessary for optimal patient care.
Rheumatology October 4th 2023
Paralyzed Man Walks Again via Thought-controlled Implants
Explore how thought control has been utilized in groundbreaking technology to enable a paralyzed man to walk naturally again, unveiling a new frontier in neuroscience and potentially revolutionizing paralysis treatment.
Neurology July 6th 2023
Spinal Cord Involvement in Adult-onset Metabolic and Genetic Diseases
Leukodystrophies, deficiency-related metabolic diseases, genetic and acquired toxic/metabolic causes, and mitochondrial diseases were identified as the genetic and metabolic disorders of adulthood producing spinal cord signal changes. A number of adult metabolic and genetic illnesses that cause spinal cord atrophy without signal changes have also been discovered. The classification based on spinal MRI results is also offered, along with suggestions for the diagnostic process and alternative diagnoses.
Neurology January 10th 2023